Welcome

TO THE AREA

The New Residents’ Guide welcomes you to Williamson County, Tennessee and the communities of Franklin, Brentwood, Nolensville, Fairview, Thompson’s Station, along with Spring Hill and Maury County. This Middle Tennessee region is not only beautiful but touts a high quality of life with a real sense of community. Local amenities include city parks, hiking trails, quaint downtowns, fascinating historical sites, and seasonal festivals. Nearby are recreational lakes and state parks to explore. Or, if the bright lights of Music City are what you crave, Nashville is a quick drive north.

Moving to a new home and community has its challenges, yet can be exciting as well. The New Residents’ Guide is here to help you get settled into your new home and put down your “roots” right here in Middle Tennessee. Welcome home!

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IN MIDDLE TENNESSEE?

Williamson County: Franklin • Brentwood​ •
Thompson's Station • Nolensville • Spring Hill • Fairview • Arrington • College Grove
 
Maury County: Columbia • Mount Pleasant

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Williamson County

Located in Middle Tennessee, Williamson County is south of Nashville, and Franklin is the county seat. Williamson County is an economically thriving suburb of Nashville with over 247,000 residents and over 40 corporate headquarters.  The county also touts the highest high school graduation rate in the state. 

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Maury County

Due south of Nashville, TN, off I-65, is Maury County, and the city of Columbia serves as the county seat.  The area is know for its towering antebellum homes including the ancestral home of James K. Polk, the 11th U.S. president. His home is located in Columbia. Residents have hundreds of acres of parks to enjoy including Chickasaw Trace Park with nine miles of mountain bike trails.

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Whether you just moved here or are relocating soon, this map gives a general perspective of where the cities and towns are located, as well as major roadways. Check out the website articles to learn more about each community. Keep in mind this map is not to scale; but, if you'd like a comprehensive Tennessee map, go to tnvacation.com/maps. State maps are also available at Tennessee Welcome Centers and most local welcome centers.

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